‘The King’s Library’ Print
‘The King’s Library’ Print

The Private Library, from John Nash, Views of the Royal Pavilion, Brighton, 1826.

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‘The Long Gallery’ Print
‘The Long Gallery’ Print

The Long Gallery, from John Nash, Views of the Royal Pavilion, Brighton, 1826.

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Cross Section Zip Pouch (Large)
Cross Section Zip Pouch (Large)

A large, leather-effect zip pouch featuring a cross-section of the Royal Pavilion. Ideal for use as a cosmetics bag or pencil case. This image is reproduced from an original illustration commissioned by the Royal Pavilion’s architect John Nash, first published … Continued

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Cross Section Zip Pouch (Small)
Cross Section Zip Pouch (Small)

A small, leather-effect zip pouch featuring a cross-section of the Royal Pavilion. Ideal for use as a pencil case. This image is reproduced from an original illustration commissioned by the Royal Pavilion’s architect John Nash, first published in 1826. 21.5cm … Continued

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Gift Set Views of the Royal Pavilion
Gift Set Views of the Royal Pavilion
A stylish and practical gift set including a leather-effect wash bag, a ceramic mug and a handmade Mediterranean fig fragranced candle from our Nash Cross Section range The Royal Pavilion Cross Section image is based on an original illustration from the commemorative 1826 publication ‘Views of The Royal Pavilion’ , commissioned by the Pavilion's architect John Nash.
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Royal Pavilion Cross Section Cheese Board
Royal Pavilion Cross Section Cheese Board
A small Melamine cheese board with a design depicting a longitudinal cross-section of the Royal Pavilion. This image is reproduced from an original illustration commissioned by the Royal Pavilion's architect John Nash, first published in 1826.
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Royal Pavilion Cross Section Dark Chocolate
Royal Pavilion Cross Section Dark Chocolate

Handmade Dark Chocolate wrapped in a cross section illustration of the Royal Pavilion, commissioned by the architect John Nash, first published in 1826. Ingredients: Dark Chocolate (min. cocoa solids 60%) (cocoa mass, sugar, cocoa butter, emulsifier: soya lecithin, natural vanilla … Continued

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Royal Pavilion Cross Section Glass Coaster Banqueting Room (Right)
Royal Pavilion Cross Section Glass Coaster Banqueting Room (Right)
A single glass coaster with a design depicting part of a longitudinal cross-section of the Royal Pavilion. This image is reproduced from an original illustration commissioned by the Royal Pavilion's architect John Nash, first published in 1826. 11.5 cm x 9 cm.
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Royal Pavilion Cross Section Glass Coaster Music Room (Left)
Royal Pavilion Cross Section Glass Coaster Music Room (Left)
A single glass coaster with a design depicting part of a longitudinal cross-section of the Royal Pavilion. This image is reproduced from an original illustration commissioned by the Royal Pavilion's architect John Nash, first published in 1826. 11.5 cm x 9 cm.
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Royal Pavilion Cross Section Glass Coaster Saloon (Centre)
Royal Pavilion Cross Section Glass Coaster Saloon (Centre)
 A single glass coaster with a design depicting part of a longitudinal cross-section of the Royal Pavilion. This image is reproduced from an original illustration commissioned by the Royal Pavilion's architect John Nash, first published in 1826. 11.5 cm x 9 cm.
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Royal Pavilion Cross Section Glass Platter
Royal Pavilion Cross Section Glass Platter
A circular glass serving platter with a design depicting a longitudinal cross-section of the Royal Pavilion. This image is reproduced from an original illustration commissioned by the Royal Pavilion's architect John Nash, first published in 1826.
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Royal Pavilion Cross Section Guest Soap
Royal Pavilion Cross Section Guest Soap
Handmade             soap (90g)  with with a design depicting a longitudinal cross-section of the Royal Pavilion. This image is reproduced from an original illustration commissioned by the Royal Pavilion's architect John Nash, first published in 1826.
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